Phil Taylor of RLDatix outlines the benefits of introducing a just culture not a blame culture and shares a methodology for positive change.
Leo Skagerlind is an entrepreneur that’s harnessing the growth of Esports to raise money to fight coronavirus.
The digital football tournament quarter-finals kicked off yesterday, with celebrities competing to raise funds to battle coronavirus.
Esports entrepreneur, Leo Skagerlind leads a celebrity studded gaming initiative to help raise millions for NHS frontline workers during the coronavirus crisis.
Free access to mental health platform Unmind is to be given to all NHS staff in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.
For the government to meet our demands for better healthcare and education, it first has to earn revenue from somewhere. So it pays to know the difference between tax and duty, its primary sources.
Pfizer has opened a Healthcare Hub in London as the pharmaceutical giant looks to help growing British healthtech companies achieve scale with access to the likes of the NHS.
Richard Blanford is a tech entrepreneur building a cloud service business, but has realised the importance of not blindly thinking innovation is mainstream.
US company Proteus Digital Health is to open the first international manufacturing site in Britain, set to employ some 200 skilled staff, which will serve as a new hub for the global digital medicines industry.
In July 2013, an alarming survey commissioned by the British Medical Journal Quality and Safety showed that NHS nurses are being forced to ration care because they do not have enough time to look after patients. Along with other surveys commissioned by various health bodies, it echoed that the financial strain on the NHS is resulting in poor patient care.
In his pre-budget report of 2004, Gordon Brown told parliament that “Britain was enjoying the longest period of sustained economic growth for more than 100 years”. By 17 March in his actual Budget speech, he “corrected” this to “more than 200 years”. A year later he “corrected” it again, telling us that “Britain is today experiencing the longest period of sustained economic growth since records began in the year 1701”.
Terry Arthur's previous article contended that if a free society is to survive, big government must be cut down to size as soon as possible, starting with the return to the private sector of the NHS, State Education, and the Welfare State.